Luke Hambly "was appointed Executive officer of the Centre for Democratic Institutions at the ANU in February 2005. Previous to this, he has worked within the discipline of Anthropology at the ANU since 2001, most recently as the research assistant to the Anthropology Department in the Research School of Pacific & Asian Studies (RSPAS). In 2004 Luke completed a post graduate degree at the ANU, being awarded a Masters degree in Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development.
"Luke was employed at AusAID between 1998 and 2000 working in a variety of areas within the agency, including the PNG branch, where in 2000 he was given the opportunity to work for 3 months with the Bougainville Peace Monitoring Group as a civilian monitor on the island of Buka. In 1999 he also spent 3 months in Alice Springs working with the NT Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority assisting in the registration of sacred sites within the Northern Territory. This work history is detailed below." 
Resources and articles
- CV, Centre for Democratic Institutions, accessed September 18, 2007.